|Options, Philip Morris USA|
Video promoting Options, a Philip Morris program that encourages and supports businesses to adopt accommodation strategies for smokers and non-smokers.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; industry strategy; public place; restaurant; secondhand smoke; smoking section; airport; indoor air quality; hospitality industry; bar
|Smokers Protest No Smoking Rule on 2 Hour Flights|
Video news release about picketing at Washington, D.C.'s National Airport by the Smoker's Rights Alliance to protest federal legislation banning smoking on two hour flights. Also includes additional sound bites and b-roll.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; airport; airline; secondhand smoke; tobacco control; smokers' rights group; political activity; anti-smoking advocacy; federal legislation; public relations
|Regional Managers Conference Highlight Video [Parts 1-2]|
Yancey Ford introduces highlights from R.J. Reynolds Sales Company's 1989 regional managers conference held in Indian Wells, California. Senior management discuss past performance and expectations for 1989. Click Here to View Part 1 Click Here to View Part 2
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; business activity; sales; profit; cigarette brands; marketing; retail outlet; promotional merchandise; promotions; advertising; demographics; African American; Hispanic American; food; airport
|EPA - ETS [Parts 1-3]|
Opening presentations from a two-day conference in February 1993 on the EPA risk assessment report. Representatives from Philip Morris USA and International gather to hear and discuss Philip Morris' strategic objectives on "environmental tobacco smoke;" to set and clarify policies and parameters; to identify resources; and to assign personnel to implement the program. Click Here to View Part 1 Click Here to View Part 2 Click Here to View Part 3
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; carcinogen; cancer; research activity; media campaign; lawsuit; smoking cessation; indoor air quality; regulation; smoking restriction; international trade; marketing research; public relations; industry strategy; excise tax; restaurant; smoking section; advertising; airport; Congress; federal legislation; state legislation; youth; government employee; airline; public transportation; public smoking law; anti-smoking advocacy
|Segment 1: Debate on AMA Proposal to ban all tobacco advertising ; Segment 2: Face the Nation, WDVM-TV, CBS, Washington, DC; Segment 3: What About Smoking? ; Segment 4: TI Speaker Demonstration Tape; Segment 5: Educators' Tobacco Institute Decision Making ; Segment 6: Short Clips of Various TI Speakers ; Segment 7: Tobacco Speaks Out; Segment 8: Educators' Tobacco Institute Decision Making [Parts 1-2]|
First segment is a Face the Nation show about the regulation of smoking. Second segment is "What About Smoking?" a film produced by the tobacco industry about the historical, social, psychological, and medical aspect of smoking. Scientists and people in on-the-street interviews offer their opinions about what causes people to smoke and the health effects of smoking. None of the other segments mentioned in the title are on the tape...
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; airport; regulation; workplace; smoking section; restaurant; anti-smoking advocacy; airplane; Congress; legislation; tobacco related health concerns; public health research; youth; advertising; event sponsorship; smoker behavior; warning label; mass media; international trade; military; societal attitude; male; female; Surgeon General; respiratory disease; nicotine; tar; emphysema; lung cancer; cardiovascular disease; biologically active substance; smoking cessation